ODA Primary Health Care Network Opens Branch in Crown Heights, Brooklyn

Services are available 7 days a week, 365 days a year, with on-call availability 24 hours a day.

De Niro, Spike Lee, Josh Alexander, AP, Rehabilitate Crown Heights Pogrom’s Leader

Alexander’s film celebrates Sharpton’s legacy as “an extension of Martin Luther King Jr.

Russia Permanently Bans Three Senior Chabad Rabbis

Chabad has long sought the return of its historic collection of Jewish and Chassidic books and manuscripts amassed by the Rebbes of Chabad and seized by Russia since WWII.

Tallahassee Chabad House to Bury Burnt Torah Scrolls

The cause of the fire is still unknown, and is under investigation.

Devastating Fire Destroys Tallahassee Chabad House in Florida

The Chabad Center sustained major damage, including the loss of all the Torah scrolls and hundreds of books. The kitchen and other facilities were also destroyed.

Chabad Rabbi Addresses Miami-Dade National Prayer Breakfast

National Prayer Day was created in 1952 by a joint Congressional resolution, and became a national holiday in 1988.

California Rabbi is First Chabad Board Member of US Holocaust Memorial

The rabbi's appointment was announced by President Donald Trump on January 29, 2020, along with those of two other new members.

Louisville, Kentucky Chabad House Destroyed in Blaze

The quick acceleration of the fire in the synagogue has prompted the Louisville Metro Arson Unit to launch an investigation.

Foreign Jewish Students Bake Matzos, Some Never Celebrated the Seder

"I just tasted matzah for the first time in my life and it was cool."

Elected Officials Condemn Antisemitic Remarks at Long Island Board of Trustees Meeting

"A synagogue cannot be on every residential street like they are on the Five Towns."

Colel Chabad, Established 1788, Preparing for Influx of Thousands Fleeing Ukraine

“Since the end of World War II, we haven’t seen such a painful crisis where large numbers of Jewish families are being torn apart and literally running for their lives.”

Beijing Olympic Committee Asks Chabad Rabbi to Organize the Kosher Food

Chabad emissary Rabbi Shimon Freundlich was asked to organize kosher food for the Jewish athletes, coaches, and journalists. One of them is ice skater Hailey Kops.

Brooklyn Yeshiva Student Punched in Face on Crown Heights Street

The two students were walking past 1505 Carroll Street near Troy Avenue, heading to their Yeshiva dorm, at approximately 1:30 am, when the incident occurred.

Former Chabad of Poway Rabbi Gets 14 Months for Multi-Million-Dollar Fraud Schemes

He lost his right index finger in the attack, which probably made it very difficult to count out those 10% cuts.

First Time: Tanya Printed in the Kingdom of Bahrain

Three Chabad Chassidim, Avigdor Factor, Yossi Lipsh, and Moshe Raichman from Ramat Bet Shemesh traveled to Manama, Bahrain to print the Tanya on the Yahrtzeit of the Alter Rebbe's passing, the 24th in the month of Tevet.

Two New York State Programs To Cover Home Bills

The state expects to receive significantly more applications than can be funded by the program.

San Jose Chabad Synagogue Torched

For the fledgling Jewish community the fire was a devastating blow.

Texas Man Charged with Threatening to Kill Rabbis at Chabad Headquarters

Christopher Stephen Brown, 37, allegedly sent a message to Chabad via its website on Dec. 2, calling for the death of all Jews and threatening to kill members of the beit din, a Jewish rabbinical court.

Vandals Tear Through Chabad House in Kansas City, Mo.

Within hours after a campaign was started to help clean up the center, more than $91,000 was raised, almost double the funds needed.

World’s Largest Chanukah Menorah Goes Up in New York City

Designed by world renown artist Yaacov Agam, the New York City menorah is certified by the Guinness Book of World Records.

US Not Seeking Death Penalty for Chabad of Poway Synagogue Shooter

The decision was mentioned in a court filing in federal court and comes soon after U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland stopped federal executions while the Justice Department conducts a review.

Police Arrest Suspect for Vandalism at Chabad Shul, Stolen Torah Scrolls Remain Missing

Hunter McElrath, 23, has a criminal record across the United States; authorities said the burglary did not appear to be a hate crime or an anti-Semitic attack.

Man Who Murdered Jewish Woman in California Synagogue Pleads Guilty

The plea will spare Earnest the death penalty. He will serve life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Russian Chief Rabbi Lazar Urges Jews to Use Sputnik Vaccine

Chief Rabbi Lazar caught the coronavirus in early June and was under medical supervision.

Second Vandalism of Chabad at San Diego State University Caught on Video

Police are reviewing the security video and footage from nearby businesses to help identify the suspects.

Florida Governor Goes to Lubavitch Shul to Sign Moment of Silence Bill

The governor signed the bill one day after the 27th anniversary of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.

Swastika, Anti-Jewish Graffiti Defaces Chabad House in Tucson

Rabbi Yossie Shemtov, executive director of Chabad Lubavitch of Tucson, stated: “We are determined not to be affected by this distressing incident and will continue serving the wider community.”

Pew: 17% of Young US Jews Identify as Orthodox, 27% of Jewish Adults Say...

Proving that intermarriage really is a slippery slope: among married Jews who say they have one Jewish parent, 82% have a non-Jewish spouse.


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